1.6 cubic feet (5 boxes).
These photographs were taken for the Gazette and include photographs taken for possible use but not published. The photographs depict Harvard University employees, faculty, students and alumni, buildings, campus scences, and events such as athletics, student activities, lecture series, exhibitions, concerts, commencements, and alumni reunions.
The Harvard University News Office was established in 1919. The first photographer was hired in 1943. During the early 1970s, the News Office was placed administratively under the Office of the Vice President for Government, Community and Public Affairs. In 1994-1995, the name of the office was changed to Harvard University Office of News and Public Affairs and later was renamed Public Affairs and Communications. The Harvard University Gazette is the University's own weekly newspaper published by the University's own news agency for the Harvard community.
Access: open for research.
Harvard University. News Office. Harvard University News Office Gazette and Resource photographs, April 2, 1993-June 9, 1994. UAV 605.295.21, Harvard University Archives.
The Harvard University Archives holds the extensive photograph archive of the Harvard News Office and the Office of News and Public Affairs (records in classificatuons beginning UAV 605) as well as an substantial portrait collection.
Detailed inventory available online: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.ARCH:hua31016.